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Upper West Side »

The new bakery will open sometime next week at Columbus and West 73rd Street, the owner said. 

Williamsburg »

Parties with lots of noise and light go on until 3 a.m. during the summer, locals said.

Nolita »

The health-conscious restaurant has been in SoHo for over 40 years, and may be on the move.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy residents gave a letter of approval to Fancy Nancy but shot down bids for three other bars.

Prospect Heights »

The longtime Washington Avenue diner applied for a full liquor license this week.

Inwood »

Cairo, at 400 W. 202nd St., would open on a corridor that currently counts five similar nightclubs.

Crown Heights »

The owners of Franklin Avenue's Breukelen Coffee House hope to open their new restaurant in April.

Lower East Side »

Boho Karaoke will move down the block to 152 Orchard St., its owner said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The owners of Mr. Biggs on Tenth Avenue hoped to open a two-floor bar with dancing.

West Village »

The new restaurant, opening on Grove Street, will serve a $125 tasting menu that does not include sushi.

West Village »

The celebrity Cronut baker is applying for a liquor license for his new spot on Seventh Avenue South.

Inwood »

The 123-seat venue at 5060 Broadway got the approval of CB12's liquor license committee. 

Crown Heights »

King Tai Bar will open soon in a gutted one-story building next to a community garden in Crown Heights.

Prospect Heights »

The Washington Avenue grilled cheese spot hopes to add alcohol to its menu after opening this fall.

Bed-Stuy »

Dathan Jones looks to use his experience in social work to bring change to the DeKalb Avenue bar.